03-24-2010 12:16 PM - edited 03-24-2010 01:15 PM
I have around 20 cod files and signing have been fine until now .
Appending a signature to the following file will cause it to be larger than the maximum sibling code file size. Signing abort
c:\[sign tool path]\[application]-2.cod
1. Anyone experienced this before? looks like my cod file is at the file limit and appending the signature information just pushs it off the limit. Is there some kind of KB article regarding to this error?
2. Is there a way i can look into the cod file and see if a certain class is getting too big? I tried rename and unzip the code but can't really open it. Doesn't look like a proper compressed file.
Appreciate your respond.
03-29-2010 03:19 PM
You can use the following optional rapc parameters to reduce the size of your COD files.
Use NNNN as the limit to how much data goes into a sibling .cod file before a new sibling is started, default 61440.
Use NNNN as the slice size associated with a large binary resource file, default is 8192.
08-10-2010 09:17 AM
I am facing the same problem, but I didn't understand the solution told by MSohm. Can you please elaborate what should I have to do?